I am interested in processes, techniques, and practices when something turns into flesh and blood (tropology), when something materializes or "incarnates". My work moves along the intersections of late modern mysticism, performance art, and theopoetics. Here, I engage primarily with the writings of the French philosopher Simone Weil (1909-1943). With Weil, I try to explore the ancient heritage of tropological exegesis along with the insights of Continental philosophy. In a nutshell, I want to contribute to the theological discourse with a tropological theo-poetics based on Simone Weil.

On a theo-political level, tropological thinking brough…

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